Whitening and Accessories

In-Office Whitening(39)
Take-Home Whitening(53)
Whitening Trays(2)
Whitening Lights(9)
Whitening Strips(2)
Acquamed Technologies, Inc.
Beyond International
Bite Tech
CA Dental Arts
Colgate Technology Center
Continental Dental Laboratories Of CA
Denmat Holdings, Llc
Dentazon Corp.
Dentsply Sirona
Glaxosmithkline Plc.
GLO Science, Inc.
Hager Worldwide
Henry Schein
Integra Miltex
Johnson & Johnson
Keystone Industries
KoR Whitening
Kulzer, LLC
Life-Like Cosmetic Solutions
Lm-Instrumetns Oy
Lumalite, Inc.
Manhattan Whitening Company
Nu Radiance, Inc.
Nudent LLC
Pac-Dent, Inc.
Patterson Dental
Philips Oral Healthcare
Procter & Gamble Company
SDI, Inc.
Shofu Dental Corporation
Sinsational Smile Inc.
Temrex Corporation
Thera Breath
Ultradent Products, Inc.
Whiter Image
Zest Dental Solutions

Whitening and Accessories CATEGORY DESCRIPTION

Professional tooth whitening is accomplished with peroxide-containing bleaching agents, which help to remove intrinsic and extrinsic stains, or with non-bleaching whitening products, which physically or chemically help to remove surface stains only.

Among the many professionally applied bleaching products are those containing 25%-40%  hydrogen peroxide. These gels typically contain carbamide peroxide, which breaks down into hydrogen peroxide (the active bleaching agent) and urea. The gels are applied in the dental office and left in place for approximately 1 hour, with a heat or light source often used to activate and/or accelerate the teeth-whitening process. Take-home whitening maintenance products may include flexible custom-made trays to be filled with whitening gel by the patient. Clinicians also may dispense dentifrices containing polishing or chemical agents formulated to remove surface stains through gentle polishing, chemical chelation or other non-bleaching actions.

Prior to application of professional products, gum tissues are protected with a rubber dam or gel and, if needed, the patients’ eyes are protected with laser goggles. Other whitening-related accessories include those intended to facilitate access and application (mouth and lip openers, cheek retractors, plastic applicators), and those intended to help determine patient expectations and monitor progress (shade guides).

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Both formulas contain amorphous calcium phosphate (ACP), potassium nitrate, and fluoride to provide excellent whitening while also...
Used in conjunction with customized take-home whitening trays, Ultradent’s Opalescence PF offers 4 concentrations and 3 flavors. Because...
Philips has made Zoom better with advanced, new LED light technology, variable intensity settings, a worldwide public relations campaign...
Crest Whitestrips Supreme from Procter & Gamble provides valuepriced, custom tray-level whitening with 14% hydrogen peroxide...
KöR Max is Evolve’s most popular whitening system. It combines a combination of in-office and at-home whitening. Treatment includes 2...
The ergonomically designed Zoom Advanced Power Chairside Whitening Lamp is designed for ease of use and positioning. Each lamp comes with...
Ultradent’s Opalescence Boost In-Office Whitening System is a chemically activated, in-office whitening system that has been proven to be...
Colgate Optic White Professional, available in both take-home kits and in-office treatments, is a new whitening technology that is...
The whitening results you expect and moreOnly Philips Zoom DayWhite and NiteWhite are proven to deliver superior enamel protection,...
Tray Magic Soft Tray Trimmer from Premier Dental is ideal for use on soft tray material. Tray Magic is equipped with an adjustable heat...
KoR’s In-Office Power Whitening System provides the most reliable and long-lasting results for an in-office whitening system when...
Portable tooth bleaching system features 3 grades of light intensity control: right/center/left; High,Medium,Low.

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  • Samantha Negraval

    If you ask your patients if they want whiter teeth, you’ll probably hear a resounding, “Yes!” But if you ask them if they’re willing to get their teeth whitened under your supervision, as opposed to using an over-the-counter product, they’re likely going to have questions about the process before they commit. You might actually find that these...

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  • Marie

    You already know that teeth whitening can help your patients look and feel better. You also know it can increase your bottom line. But do you know whether offering teeth whitening products and services could be an even bigger revenue generator for your practice? Kulzer, which makes the Venus White teeth whitening system, has some recommendations...

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  • Julie Cullen

    As you’re well aware, patient education is critical no matter what procedure or treatment you’re proposing. Without it, you may end up with treatment refusal, nonadherence of treatment recommendations, or incorrect product usage. The team at KöR Whitening understands this, so they created a web page specifically for patients, chock full of...

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  • Julie Cullen

    Has it really been 10 years since KöR Whitening was launched? I remember when we in the dental media first started hearing about KöR—and its founder and whitening science expert Dr. Rod Kurthy—in press events and at dental meetings. It seemed to me then, and it still does today, that by understanding the science behind the importance of...

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  • Allison Walker

    The days are getting shorter, and so are the weeks until we’re celebrating the holidays with friends, family, and colleagues. Many people start to think about whitening their teeth this time of year, before all those photo ops get here, too. Whether it’s an in-office or a take-home system, whitening is one of the simplest and most profitable...

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  • Julie Cullen

    So, I didn’t know this, but heat lamps were the first source of light used to accelerate the chemical reaction that leads to whiter teeth. And the result? Overheating the dental pulp to the point that some patients required endodontic therapy. Ouch! Thus began the race to discover just the right kind of light to get teeth white as quickly as...

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